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"Phylogeny Programs" is a page describing all software for inferring phylogenies (evolutionary trees) the author knows about, with 334 phylogeny packages and 47 free servers. It is an attempt to be completely comprehensive; the author has not made any attempt to exclude programs that do not meet some ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
Interactive Tree Of Life is an online tool for the display and manipulation of phylogenetic trees. It provides most of the features available in other tree viewers, and offers a novel circular tree layout, which makes it easy to visualize mid-sized trees (up to several thousand leaves). Trees can be ... [Information of the supplier]
PHYLIP is a free package of programs for inferring phylogenies. It is distributed as source code, documentation files, and a number of different types of executables. These Web pages contain information on PHYLIP and ways to transfer the executables, source code and documentation to your computer. [Information of the supplier, modified]
This series of pages is a set of characterizations of all orders and families of extant angiosperms (flowering plants) and gymnosperms, i.e. all seed plants, as well as many clades grouping families and orders and some smaller clades, especially within larger families. They are designed to help in ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
Assembling the Tree of Life (AToL) is a large research effort sponsored by the National Science Foundation. Its goal is to reconstruct the evolutionary origins of all living things. This AToL: Decapoda project is aimed at clarifying the evolutionary history of the decapods (both fossil and extant), ... [Information of the supplier]
The Hennig Society was founded in 1980 with the expressed purpose of promoting the field of Phylogenetic Systematics. Hennig's idea that groups of organisms, or taxa, should be recognized and formally named only in cases where they are evolutionarily real entities, that is "monophyletic", at first was ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
The Assembling the Tree of Life: Bivalvia project (BivAToL) is a part of the Assembling the Tree of Life initiative, a large research effort sponsored by the National Science Foundation. Its goal is to reconstruct the evolutionary origins of all living things. [Information of the supplier]
The Map of Life website brings together diverse examples of evolutionary convergence and presents them not as a glorified shopping list, but as robust, cross-referenced database. In doing so, it aims to provide a resource for students, academics and any other readers curious to learn about convergence in ... [Information of the supplier]
The Open Tree of Life project (OpenTree) will enable a community-assembled tree of life by synthesizing the wealth of phylogenetic data published and being published by the scientific community and providing the means to update and refine the draft tree. Our four major goals: Build and make publicly ... [Information of the supplier]
This chart of flowering plant families is designed by David Rydeheard, and is available for on-line viewing or as a poster. The chart is suitable for professional, student and amateur botanists, for school, colleges and universities, and for a number of different purposes. It is an attractive chart, with ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
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